Our Mission in Kenya Continued well. He is humble, he is joyful, and he works hard to make a difference among a Kenyan rural town's community. That is Dr. Nathan Matasi, a gynecologist serving in Kitale town, Western Kenya. There are hardly any hospitals in this part of the world. The one government operated hospital in Kitale town serves a population of over one million people from the town and the surrounding rural farm communities. Sammy and Gary share a moment with Dr. Matasi next to a corn field in Kitale on Tuesday morning before heading out for the prayer service in Nairobi, some 400 miles away. Here you will find patients sleeping on the floor in overcrowded hallways, pregnant mothers sharing beds, and daily lines forming at the out-patient unit. There are hardly modern equipment available for the few qualified doctors and nurses to use for diagnostics or treatment. Majority of the patients can hardly afford to pay for quality medical attention. Yet it is
The major cities of the United States are changing both in their belief systems and ethno-cultural makeup. How should the Good News be presented to them in order to be Good News? Besides sharing biblical inspiration plus stories of God's grace at work through our ministry in various parts of the world, I hope to address this and many other issues important to our Christian faith.